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Painting A Broader Picture: Cognitive Remediation As A Nonpharmacologic Option For Treating Secondary Symptom Targets In Schizophrenia

Research Summary | February 3, 2020

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Both schizophrenia’s positive symptoms (e.g., psychosis and hallucination) and negative symptoms (e.g., blunted affect and anhedonia) create substantial burdens for patients, caregivers, and society by limiting cognitive and social functioning. Positive symptoms are the usual target of most treatment interventions, including pharmacologic ones, such as antipsychotic medications. But negative symptoms require attention, too, because they…

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